Florida Wildlife Hospital & Sanctuary: Rescued Bobcat Kittens Ready To Be Released Into The Wild

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pair will be released in November, Says FWH

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lorida Wildlife Hospital & Sanctuary (FWH) rescued two sibling bobcat kittens on June 1 after they were found struggling in a backyard pond. (WFTV Image)

(WFTV) – Florida Wildlife Hospital & Sanctuary (FWH) rescued two sibling bobcat kittens on June 1 after they were found struggling in a backyard pond.

One of the kittens, a male, did not survive.

The female was doing well, but FWH said lone bobcat kittens do not usually thrive in captivity, so it was important to get the kitten a friend.

FWH said it found a candidate at Back to Nature in Kissimmee. The female was very tame so it was important to house her with a wild bobcat so “she could learn how to be wild herself,” FWC said.

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